Education Team Bible Study
Monday 3/27 1 Chronicles 20, Jer. 31-32, John 6
Tues 3/28 1 Chron. 21, Jer. 33-34, John 7
Wed 3/29 1 Chron. 22, Jer. 35-36, John 8
Thurs 3/30 1 Chron. 23, Jer. 37-38, John 9
Friday 3/31 1 Chron. 24, Jer. 39-40, John 10
Sat 4/1 1 Chron. 25-27, Jer. 41-42
Sun 4/2 1 Chron. 28-29, Jer. 43-44
We will finish 1 Chronicles this week, and continue n John and Jeremiah. After this week, we will only have to finish John and Jeremiah, and get through Lamentations and 2 Chronicles. The finish line is in sight!
Last week, I mentioned that the gospel of John contains themes that help us organize the book and the thoughts that John was portraying. This week we will be in chapters 6-10, where Jesus makes several “I am” statements. This is an intentional portrayal of Jesus as God in flesh. God told Moses to tell Pharaoh that “I AM WHO I AM” sent him. Jesus, in calling himself “I am” identified himself as God. He is the bread of life, the way, truth and life, and He was before Abraham. As you read, see the reaction of the scribes and Pharisees as they were appalled that Jesus would make such statements.
Annie Armstrong Mission Offering
Family Fun Night
Wednesday, March 29th at 6:00 pm
Palm Sunday Celebration
Dinner on the Grounds & Easter Egg Hunt
Sunday, April 9th
Candy needed. See Kim Prosper or Charlotte Ramagost
Good Friday Service
Friday, April 14th
We will honor with the Lord's Supper
Shoe Round Up
To benefit Hatian students
Please bring black tennis shoes -all sizes from 5 youth to adult.
Operation Christmas Child
March collections: shirts, dresses, socks & undergarments
Drop box in vestibule. See Sarah Winnland for more info.
Vacation Bible School
June 11th - 16th